A recent study suggests fish habitat is more resilient to climate changes than previously thought.
Pikas, those cute creatures found in the mountains of the U.S. West, may be less sensitive to a warming climate than previously thought.
Ocean temperatures are projected to rise. Two new studies look at how species could respond.
Ocean acidification and its impacts have received a lot of attention recently. However, much less is known about freshwater acidification and its impacts. A new study examines how both freshwater and ocean acidification affects juvenile salmon.
It’s long been believed the behavior of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation was the best predictor of salmon survival. Now a new paper is suggesting it’s the North Pacific Gyre Oscillation fisheries and biologists should be watching.
As the world warms, many species are migrating, seeking habitat within a temperature range they can tolerate. This movement has involved organisms as different as birds and trees. But not all species are so mobile. This is especially true for freshwater fish, including several species of landlocked trout in the Western United States. The problem:…
Warming rivers threaten the survival of Pacific salmon. As long as the rivers don’t get too warm, however, the fish may be able to adapt. In the first assessment of its kind, Canadian researchers quantified the ability of Chinook salmon to genetically adapt and acclimate to warmer waters. While Pacific salmon are susceptible to climate…